CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- The Holy City once again pays tribute to Lowcountry heroes of every generation, by holding a parade through the Market District.
The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Centers Veterans Day Parade is being held Saturday Nov. 10 starting at 3:30 p.m.
The Parade will begin on Concord and Market Street and will end at Colonial Lake.
This year's grand marshal is Capt. Kenney-Gutshall,
commanding officer of Naval Health Clinic Charleston.
The parade will feature historic military vehicles, motorcycle
groups, Veterans service organization floats and more.
The event will include a C-17 flyover, multiple marching bands, historic military vehicles, motorcycle groups and Veterans service organization floats.
Organizers say this parade is to honor and thank Lowcountry heroes of every
generation, who selflessly served in our nation's military during times of
peace or times of war.
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